Preparing for Christmas

Preparing your home for holiday guests is essential to ensure that they feel welcome and comfortable during their stay. A great place to start is by focusing on the guest bedroom. You can create a cosy atmosphere by using soft, festive bedding, extra blankets, and plump pillows to make it the ultimate sleep haven. You can also add in some twinkly lights and festive scents to create the perfect ambiance.

If you are hosting Christmas this year and have guests staying over, these simple tips can help you get ready.

How to prepare for guests

Give your Christmas guests the 5 star treatment with our bestselling luxury Silentnight Hotel Collection Bundle. Elevate their sleep experience by providing ultimate comfort. This bundle includes sumptuous pillows, an indulgent duvet and a cloud nine mattress topper, turning every moment into a boutique retreat.


If you want to add some extra warm to your guest bed try the Silentnight Self Heating Mattress Topper. This topper has a 3-layer construction which adds 7.5 tog of extra warmth to the bed. The mattress topper keeps you warm and doesn’t involve using any electricity as it features heat reflecting foil and a thermal lining which retains heat. The top layer is has super soft quilting for even more comfort and warmth. Win!

Our Silentnight Warm and Cosy Duvet is also a great choice the 13.5 and the 15 tog options are perfect for cold nights, team with the Silentnight Warm and Cosy Pillow Pair.

Christmas bedding

Get your guest bedroom ready for the holiday season with some festive bedding!

The Silentnight Winter Wonderland Fleece Duvet Set is perfect for keeping your guests warm and snuggly. It’s super soft and easy to take care of, so you don’t have to worry about a thing. Plus, the joyful festive design will bring a smile to everyone’s face and transform your bedroom into a cosy wonderland. Your guests will love it!

Festive bedroom ideas

Want to make your guest bedroom feel even more magical during the Christmas season? Just add a few simple touches!

Wrap twinkling lights around your headboard or shelves to create a warm and cosy glow. Throw in some Christmas themed pillows or cushions to really get in the holiday spirit. Hang a wreath or garland on your bedroom door, or above your bed for an extra touch of cheer. And don’t forget to put some festive decor items like ornaments and candles on the bedside table.

With these easy additions, your guest bedroom will radiate even more holiday charm!

Gifts for Christmas guests 

Make your guests feel special by surprising them with thoughtful Christmas presents. Give them the gift of sweet dreams and comfortable sleep. Our collection of sleep gifts includes cosy hot water bottles, calming candles, and dreamy bedtime gift sets.

The Aery Happy Space Candle Gift Set is a luxurious collection of candles, each made with fragrant essential oils. They are designed to uplift your mood and help you relax, making them the perfect stocking filler.

The Silentnight Serenity Snuggle Bundle is an ideal gift for those who feel the cold. It includes a cosy faux fur hot water bottle and a pair of fleecy socks.

The Silentnight Serenity Eye Mask, Pillow Mist and Ear Plug Set will help your recipient prepare for bedtime bliss. The pillow mist has a balancing blend of lavender and chamomile which helps slow your mind as you drift off to sleep. Block out any unwanted light and noise with the super soft eye mask and ear plugs.

Counting down the sleeps til Christmas

Getting your home ready for Christmas visitors who will be staying over doesn’t have to be a hard task. You can add a nice festive touch to the guest bedroom, by making use of warm and cosy bedding and decorating it with twinkling lights. By dressing up the bed with Christmas bed linen, you can make the magic of Christmas come alive. Also, show your thoughtfulness by gifting your guests items for comfort and relaxation.

By following these simple steps and providing thoughtful gifts, you can create a memorable and joyful holiday experience for your guests.


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